The UK retailer Iceland expands its vegan range with game-changing dishes
The frozen goods retailer, Iceland, has once again added exciting dishes to their plant-based range – a number of which are the first of their kind to hit UK supermarkets, with prices starting from just £2.
Iceland shoppers can indulge in cheese filled pasties during Veganuary, thanks to the retailer’s launch of the No Cheese & Onion Pasty, available in store and online now. Featuring flaky pastry filled with decadent melting dairy-free cheese and onion, this one is sure to be a hit.
Following on from the success of its No Bull Quarter Pounder Burgers, Iceland has launched the brand new No Bull Steak Burgers, which contain wheat protein to make for a juicy, ‘steak’-like bite.
What’s more, the retailer has also released its first ever No Bull Mushroom Steak, allowing those who want to indulge in a little luxury, the chance to do just that.
Traditional dishes re-imagined
The other new products put a vegan twist on some classic family favourites, and are due in stores and online from 5th February. These include a No Bull Cottage Pie, a truly traditional British dish which has been re-imagined with plant-based ingredients and No Moo Mac & Cheese, a deliciously indulgent dish that is made with a creamy vegan cheese sauce and perfectly cooked pasta.
Fans of Chinese food have not been left out either – the retailer has developed a new and exclusive No Chick Sweet & Sour, which sees soya protein, red peppers and pineapple coated in a tangy sweet and sour sauce for a stunning meal inspired by the flavours of the Orient.
Pasta fans are also in luck, as Iceland is set to launch the No Porkies Bacon Pasta – a feast of a pasta dish sure to satisfy even the fussiest of eaters.
The new launches join Iceland’s already large array of plant-based meals, which include No Porkies Sausage Rolls, No Chick Crispy Fillets, No Cheese Houmous Pizza, No Moo Melt in the Middle Chocolate Puddings and No Moo Strawberry Cones.